Scratch3D PROJECT EXAMPLES which you can remix or learn from

Hello World click to remix...

Hello World
click to remix...

Cube Field click to remix...

Cube Field

click to remix...

Race Car click to remix...

Race Car
click to remix...

Pong click to remix...

Pong

click to remix...

Cube Fountain click to remix...

Cube Fountain
click to remix...

Dominos Falling click to remix...

Dominos Falling

click to remix...

 

Getting Started

Step One 

The very first thing you must do is decide which experience level you feel is right for you. Below are links to the three different block sets. The higher the level the more scratch3D extension blocks you have to work with but also the more difficult the blocks are to use. For example level three blocks allow for physics simulation with blocks such as "Set Angular Velocity" which for users who have not yet been exposed to these concepts in school may be a bit difficult to use.  

We recommend you try out the different levels and also check out the sample projects above and decide which experience level you are most comfortable with.

    find your experience level!

 

Step Two

    Learning to use Scratch3D

Once you have chosen the appropriate experience level for you the next step is to begin coding your project. Scratch3D has supplied a few resources to help you in this process. 

You can try out and remix example projects by navigating to our "Examples" page. Click here to view Examples.

You can also read a full description of how each block works on our "Documentation" page. Click here to view Documentation.

Helpfull Tips:

Many Scratch3D programs work much better if you run scratch in "Turbo Mode". To enable turbo mode first click "Edit" in the upper left hand conner of your Scratchx window and then click on "Turbo mode".

It is Important to remember that the experience level category that your project is judge in depends on the highest level block you use in your project. A level one project can only use level one blocks, a level two project you can only use level one and level two blocks and a level three project can use blocks from any experience level. 

 

Step three

Submitting your project

The final step is to submit your project. To do this...

Click the "File" tab in the upper left hand corner of your Scratchx window. 

Choose "Save Project".

Then Save the project with your first and last name. For example, SteveLewis1.sbx or JohnGoodwin1.sbx.

Finally email the .sbx file you just save to contest@scratch3d.org. You may submit as many projects as you like.